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#BringBackOurGirls Stand & Sign in Solidarity

190 girls, 16 days, 0 progress. From what I’ve read, the US and UK are actively searching, but hopefully, each additional signature can fuel a fire: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/work-un-and-nigerian-government-bring-home-girls-kidnapped-boko-haram/fFcLj7s2   I don’t  really have any words. But this needed to be shared. Now I understand why people say Goodluck Jonathon shouldn’t even dream of a re-election. It would ... Read More

Coming of Age?

I always have a certain “coming of age” feeling whenever I change my wallet. This is only my second wallet exchange. I held on to the blue one for as long as possible, way past the day the zipper broke. I bought it for no more than 20£ at a small boutique in London back ... Read More

Support Black Girls Code

A little whole ago I posted on how awesome women in STEM fields are. I wrote about an awesome organization I had just discovered for minority girls to gain programming experience.I wish I had the opportunity to take part of a program like this when I was 10-year-old.The next time they come to the D.C area (soon I ... Read More

You tell me how to be a girl in 2010

My teacher read us part of  this poem By eve enlser and I like it so I wanted heard the rest. Eve Ensler is s a femisnst/ women activist and this poem if from her book “I AM AN EMOTIONAL CREATURE”. I dare not try to explain it in my own words. You JUst have ... Read More

Computer Engineer Barbie

Mattel announced the new geek-friendly figurine last week. The Society of Women Engineers and the National Academy of Engineering have put their stamps of approval on this techy doll. Barbie’s up to date with a binary code t-shirt, a stylish pink watch, and some geek-chic glasses. Computer Engineer Barbie also sports a Bluetooth earpiece and ... Read More